ATISA


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ATISAAmerican Translation and Interpreting Studies Association (formerly ATSA)
ATISAAlberta Trucking Industry Safety Association (Canada)
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The ATISA submarine cable project (from the Chamorro word atisa, meaning "to illuminate; to accelerate"), which began with the signing of a supply contract in February 2016, was recently brought ashore and connected to the terrestrial fiber networks on Guam, Saipan, Tinian and Rota.
The exhibition, ' Atisa and Cultural Renaissance', will be on at IGNCA till January 23.
The monk Atisa, who arrived in Tibet in 1042 and was the father of so much of the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, studied in a monastery in 'Srivijaya' from 1012 to 1024.
The ATISA submarine cable (from the Chamorro word atisa meaning, to illuminate; to accelerate), which began with the signing of a supply contract in February 2016, was recently brought ashore and connected to the terrestrial fiber networks on Guam, Saipan, Tinian and Rota.
Following the anticipated completion in early-2017, ATISA is expected to enhance connectivity among the four islands.
these figures are generally viewed by most Tibetan Buddhists as the figureheads of distinctive Tibetan Buddhist sects: Padmasambhava as the founder of the Nyingma sect, Atisa as the founder of the Kadampa sect, and Tsongkhapa as founder of the Geluk sect.
I am working on the second part of Atisa and another book on Heun Tsang's visit to India.
is among the briefest of the eight, Atisa devoting a third of his interest to the samgitikartr, and is obviously familiar with Vimalamitra's work, written two centuries earlier.
In the transmission of Buddhism to Tibet, Sakyasribhadra can be argued to be one of the most important Indians to visit Tibet, comparable to the great Atisa.
Their own written works demonstrate that both Atisa and Patrul Rinpoche were also concerned with the well-being of animals, and yet Khenpo Ngawang Pelzang singles out Jigme Lingpa as a proponent of developing compassion by contemplating animals awaiting slaughter.
These include Atisa Dipankarajnana (982-1054 CE), a Bengali tantric Buddhist scholar who was active at Vikramasila monastery during the early eleventh century.